Ask any organisation to identify the key to their success and they’ll say “our people”. But for those people to perform at their best, they need to work in an atmosphere in which they feel valued and rewarded. The HR professional is one of the keys to delivering just that. This Masters programme will enable managers, whatever their present level of experience, to develop the strategic, functional and personal skills they need to meet the increasingly demanding roles of HR. The programme also addresses the increasingly important interfaces between HR and other key business functions, including marketing and communications, information and communications technologies and knowledge management.
The areas of study include the HR function as strategic partner, change agent, administrative expert and employee champion. It also addresses the interface between HR and other key business functions. Graduates of the MSc will come away with invaluable insights, increased understanding and new knowledge.
You can study the MSc in Human Resource Management by distance learning, or with these Learning Partners; School of Business and Computer Science in Trinidad, Glamis Business School in Mauritius, iCon in Greece and Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt. Contact them direct for more.
Studying the MSc in Human Resource Management.
Graduates with the MSc in Human Resource Management programme.
You can study course-by-course and pay as you learn, or sign up for two or three courses at once. Our fees are flexible.
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Typically you will hold a recognised first or second class honours degree, or equivalent professional qualification. But for those who don’t, entry can still be gained by passing three MSc courses in your subject and two other core courses.